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Tuberculosis has been antibiotic resistant almost since antibiotics were invented. Although some vaccines exist, like the flu tuberculosis changes frequently. Developing a more comprehensive vaccine is one effort that is being made to slow tuberculosis infection rates. Although tuberculosis has been a rare disease in the United States, it’s still rampant in other countries, especially […]

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Eliminating salt from the diet has long been preached as a way to curb heart disease symptoms, but a new study suggests it may have a negative effect on the more important result…longevity. Whether you have high blood pressure, risk for heart problems, or are a certain age, your doctor has probably recommended cutting back […]

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Introducing Blood CLNz

October 25, 2011

When the body and its organs function normally, the blood is healthy. Delivering nutrients and oxygen and removing waste (along with the lymph system) the blood is essential to overall health. Sometimes, though, a poor diet or poorly functioning organ can lead to the accumulation of acids, toxins, or excess cholesterol. Along with a healthy […]

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Preliminary results (read: in a test tube) have shown that a modified version of the illegal recreational drug ecstasy may be a way to kill blood cancer cells. Further research is needed before human testing can begin, but the break through has sparked other researchers to pursue this potential cure with limited side-effects. Blood cancers […]

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